The Business Administration program at Lincoln Christian University prepares students for entry-level positions in the business world. Distinctives of the program include smaller classes, real-world projects, and an applied/skill-based approach to learning. Current graduates are serving in manufacturing, small business, corporate offices, government, sales, non-profits, and church/parachurch organizations. Students will develop the business skills, work ethic, and character required to succeed in business today. The emphasis is on integrating Christian faith and business. For more information, please contact us.
Mr. Eric Teoro, MA, MBA, Ph.D. (ABD), has been teaching in the business administration program at Lincoln Christian University since 1997. His primary emphases are ethics, organizational trust, and the human element at work. Eric is the new editor of McGraw-Hill’s Annual Editions: Business Ethics textbook, and is currently researching the impact of religious diversity on trust in organizational settings. In addition to teaching at LCU, Eric has conducted business training in Ghana and China, and serves as a board member for the Greater Ashburn Community Development Corporation and as the Education Officer for Aim to Work, not-for-profits reaching out to one of Chicago’s Southside neighborhoods. He has been married to his wife, Susan, since 1994.
Mr. Michael Gowin, MA, MBA, has been teaching in the business administration program at Lincoln Christian University since 1997. His annual courses include Business Communication, Marketing I and II, Principles of Accounting, Principles of Finance, Presentation Design and Delivery, and electives in entrepreneurship and small business. In addition to his work at LCU, Michael has done training and consulting on effective presentation design and communication/marketing skills in both for-profit and nonprofit organizations. He also owns and operates a photography studio in Lincoln where he specializes in portraiture, commercial, and real estate work. He is a board member of the Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce and has been married to his wife, Suzanne, since 1996. They have nine children: three in the “traditional” manner and six adopted from Ethiopia. He and his wife blog (occasionally) at GowinFamily.com.